Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern
Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern

Spring Trousers | PDF Pattern

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The Spring Trousers are designed to feel breezy and elegant with plenty of space to move. They work amazingly well in a huge range of fabrics, from silks to denims, linens and heavy corduroys. Your fabric choice will determine the character of your garment; you could make a cosy corduroy trouser for winter or a floaty silk piece for a wedding. Both work equally well which is unusually versatile for a pattern.

Sizing: Sizes 4 - 28 (with PDF Layers)

Skill level: Intermediate sewers. You might like to take a look at our Art of Trouser Making workshop if you're relatively new to making trousers. This bundle will give you a solid skill set to help make your Spring Trousers to a high standard.

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The Spring Trousers have a high waist with a thick waistband that has a semi-elasticated back for maximum comfort. The legs are full length and wide with front pleats to add more volume. The overall feel is baggy yet elegant.
Measurements in cm
UK 4 | US 0 | EU 32
Waist (before stretch) - 65.5, Waist (after stretch) - 78.7, Hip - 113.5, Full rise (including waistband) - 60
UK 6 | US 2 | EU 34
Waist (before stretch) - 68, Waist (after stretch) - 81.2, Hip - 116, Full rise (including waistband) - 61.7
UK 8  | US 4 | EU 36
Waist (before stretch) - 73, Waist (after stretch) - 86, Hip - 121, Full rise  (including waistband) - 64
UK 10  | US 6 | EU 38 
Waist (before stretch) - 78, Waist (after stretch) - 91, Hip - 126, Full rise  (including waistband) - 66.2
UK 12  | US 8 | EU 40
Waist (before stretch) - 83, Waist (after stretch) - 96, Hip - 131, Full rise  (including waistband) - 68.3
UK 14  | US 10 | EU 42
Waist (before stretch) - 88, Waist (after stretch) - 101, Hip - 136, Full rise  (including waistband) - 70.5
UK 16 | US 12 | EU 44 
Waist (before stretch) - 93, Waist (after stretch) - 106, Hip - 141, Full rise  (including waistband) - 72.7
UK 18 | US 14 | EU 46
Waist (before stretch) - 99, Waist (after stretch) - 112, Hip - 146, Full rise  (including waistband) - 75
UK 20 | US 16 | EU 48 
Waist (before stretch) - 105, Waist (after stretch) - 118, Hip - 151, Full rise  (including waistband) - 77
UK 22 | US 18 | EU 50
Waist (before stretch) - 111, Waist (after stretch) - 124, Hip - 156, Full rise  (including waistband) - 79
UK 24 | US 20 | EU 52
Waist (before stretch) - 117, Waist (after stretch) - 130, Hip - 161, Full rise  (including waistband) - 81
UK 26 | US 22 | EU 54
Waist (before stretch) - 123, Waist (after stretch) - 136, Hip - 166, Full rise  (including waistband) - 83
UK 28 | US 24 | EU 56
Waist (before stretch) - 129, Waist (after stretch) - 142, Hip - 171, Full rise  (including waistband) - 85

Construction techniques: Zip fly construction with binding finishing, semi elasticated waistband, side pockets with french seam finishing, front pleats, flat felled seams and hemming.

Suitable fabrics: This piece is predominantly designed to work with linens and light cottons, however there is also scope to play with heavier fabrics. Starting at the lighter end of the scale, linens and lightweight cottons are ideal for this piece. Silk and tencel are also great options for a more floaty and sophisticated look. If you want to make a wintery pair, this cut works well in a heavy brushed twill or a corduroy.

Winter fabrics: heavy denims, heavy brushed twills, wool suiting, corduroy

Summer fabrics: light/medium denims, cottons, silks, sturdy linen 

Fabric requirements: Our lay-plans are always done on a single layer of fabric to reduce wastage. 

Fabric width 150cm | Sizes 4 - 12 = 230cm | Sizes 14 - 20 = 240cm | Sizes 18 - 28 = 250cm

Fabric width 110cm | Sizes 4 - 12 = 230cm | Sizes 14 - 20 = 260cm | Sizes 18 - 28 = 325cm

Materials list: Self fabric, a small length of bias binding binding (optional), 16-18cm zip, 2 x button (around 1.5cm wide), thread, about 40cm of good quality fusing, about 40cm of cotton pocketing

Pages to print: Instructions - 17, A4/US Letter - 41, A0 - 2

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Where to find your patterns & workshops:

After purchasing you'll find your PDF pattern download and any workshops in your account page. Simply log in (or create an account using the same email address used to purchase) and click the account button in the top right corner. The most up to date versions of the patterns will always be available from within your account. If any changes are made to the pattern or instructions you’ll receive an email notification.

How to print your pattern:

You have two options for printing out your pattern.

1. You can get it printed in A0 at a printing shop or sewing pattern company. Search for "sewing pattern printing company" to find a company that does this in your region.

2. Or you can print it yourself on a home printer in A4 or US Letter format and then tile the pages together using tape.

Using PDF layers:

All of our patterns come with PDF layers so you can select the sizes you want to view and print. To do this you’ll need a PDF viewer such as Adobe Acrobat Reader (this is free to download).

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More details on printing, using PDF layers and general preparation tips can be found on the ‘Using Our Patterns’ document (download for free here). This document comes with all of our patterns.

Women's Body Measurements

Bust / Waist / Hip (based on standard UK measurements) - Measurements in cms

Size 4 - 75 / 59 / 83

Size 6 - 78 / 62 / 86

Size 8 - 81 / 65 / 89

Size 10 - 86 / 70 / 94

Size 12 - 91 / 75 / 99

Size 14 - 96 / 80 / 104

Size 16 - 101 / 85 / 109

Size 18 - 106 / 90 / 114

Size 20 - 111 / 95 / 119

Size 22 - 116 / 100 / 124

Size 24 - 121 / 105 / 129

Size 26 - 126 / 110 / 134

Size 28 - 131 / 115 / 139

Unisex Body Measurements

Chest / Hip - Measurements in inches & cms

XS2 - 32/81, 24/61

XS1 - 34/86, 26/66

XS - 36/91, 30/76

S - 38/96, 32/81

M - 40/101, 32/81

L - 42/106, 34/86

XL - 44/111, 36/91

XL1 - 46/116, 38/96

XL2 - 48/121.5, 40/101

XL3 - 50/127, 42/106


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